Check your children's homework

Couple of times I just felt too tired to check my son's homework and there you go-his homework scores dropped down dramatically. I wanted him to get a good grade, so I just told myself that 30 minutes a day is nothing, so please find half an hour and help your child. I'm not doing his homework, I just check his homework to make sure that it is being done completely and correctly. If he got a mistake, I tell him where is it, and he supposes to find the right answer.

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    Amanda Hurley
    Another point, you don't want your child going into school saying something crazy. If I would not have sat down with my daughter, she would have gone into school telling her teacher I make her eat soap. She was doing a paper on senses, and she was going to mark down the taste of soap. I made her bite a bar of soap a few times, and spit it out after a minute to stop lying and cursing.
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          11/16/13
          Investment in helping a child learn I think is the best investment of time one could ever give!
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            11/17/13
            Elena, I agree it is important to support your kids by checking up on their homework. It is very important to continue to support him in his homework it shows that school work is important to you. I also think it is great that you are smart enough to know he needs to find his own answers when correcting his work. You will know when it is time to back off checking up on him.
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